Female baldness affects more and more women in the world. To treat it, doctors suggest hair treatments intended to revitalize the follicle.
In some cases this does not work, and the answer to that evil is a hair transplant.
Recall that female alopecia occurs when the follicle shrinks over time and the strand of hair becomes thinner and fragile.
There comes a point when the follicle does not produce new hair, but it is still alive, so it must be stimulated again.
The reasons for baldness in women can be linked to several patterns, and one of them is hormonal changes.
After over 45 years, the woman’s body begins to change again. Your androgen levels decrease, giving way to other hormones, such as testosterone or male hormone.
This causes hair loss to begin to occur and can be further motivated if there are people in the family who suffer from alopecia.
Female baldness is different from male. In women, hair becomes thinner and fragile. It begins to show in the crown of the head, and grows sideways.
In men, it usually starts at the front and extends backwards.
That is why many women do not realize that they suffer from alopecia, since the frontal line remains intact. Many detect it when it is too late.
However, cases in which women totally lose their hair are very rare.
To diagnose female baldness, it is necessary to undergo a series of tests, to rule out genetic, emotional or hormonal reasons.
Women who suffer from androgenetic alopecia have the option of undergoing a hair transplant.
For that, the DHI Method is recommended, which does not need to shave the donor area to extract the hair follicles.
Rapating is one of the complaints of women, because they do not want to show their hair weakness.
With the DHI, a tool called Implanter Choi is used, which allows the hair follicle to be obtained and implanted at once in the recipient area.
If alopecia is due to hormonal changes, doctors sometimes recommend some type of hormone treatment, which usually gives positive results.
However, some side effects are that hair begins to grow where women generally do not want, such as the face, the navel and other public areas.
In addition, the menstrual periods change and the clitoris enlarges.
Acne is another consequence of treating female allopia with hormonal therapy.
Emotional alopecia is when the body is subjected to too much stress or emotional changes, and begin to appear clear in the head.
This type of alopecia usually heals over time and after taking a well deserved vacation.
If the woman has mild or moderate baldness, she does not need a fixed treatment to grow the hair again.
Some doctors will continue to follow some recommendations to stimulate the hair follicles and that way the hair grows again.
If this does not work and alopecia continues to grow, a transplant is necessary.